ReThink Disposable

Clean Water is taking-on single use products: from shopping bags, to food and beverage packaging, to plastic water bottles, our goal is to minimize the use of single use products. Click on one of the links to the left, or below, to find out more. 

 

Study On Greenhouse Gas Impacts of Disposable vs Reusable Foodservice Products

Expensive, so-called environmentally friendly, compostable cups actually produce more greenhouse gases in the landfill than their conventional plas

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Take the Pledge to Reduce Single-Use!

There are so many things you can do to reduce your disposables footprint. These are our Top 10 actions for how to ReThink Disposable. Make a pledge below to continue doing the ones you already do, and choose the new actions you are willing to commit to.

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From We All Live Downstream

October 15, 2019

On Monday October 7 at 1:00 pm, I attended the Baltimore City Council Judiciary Committee's work session on the Plastic Bag Reduction Bill (#19-0401). It had to do with redefinition of a banned "plastic checkout bag" from a maximum thickness of 4 mils (thousandths of an inch) to a mazimum thickness of 2.25 mils.

Ready to Go Plastic Free?
July 30, 2019

You’ve heard a lot about Plastic Free July from us, and plastic pollution has also been in the news. Here’s my question – are you ready to make the move and switch away from all those wasteful single-use disposable products?



Good! Now let’s do it.



Let's Break Free from Plastic
June 22, 2019

When the summer weather’s nice, and even when it’s not, clean water means fun for everyone.



Let’s keep it that way.



Donate now to join Clean Water Action and fight the rising tide of single-use disposable plastic trash that threatens our water and our health.